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Friday 8 July 2016 - Filed under General News

Investing in the stock market can provide stronger returns over the long-term, but with a higher level of risk.

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For example, if you invest $200,000 into a large-cap Growth Stock over the course of one year, you would expect to earn a higher return over the long-term compared to investing the same amount in a Growth Stock that earns no returns.

However, if you invest the same $200,000 in a Growth Stock that returns 2% each year and then see that share price of the Growth Stock skyrocket by over 40% while your holdings average 8%, you would have a much different outlook on the stock.

According to companies like SoFi, the amount you invest in the Stock will determine the amount of risk you are willing to take and the optimal returns you will earn.

However, with this investment strategy, you’re only trading a subset of the stock you would be investing in if it grew by 8% annually.

These are just a few factors to take into consideration when deciding whether to invest in stocks.

Conclusion

There are many factors that can impact your long-term investment decision.

Always consider these when investing, when making a business plan, and as a member of the investing community.

If you enjoy reading about investing, start contributing to our community on www.incrediblewalks.com, where you can find the most expert information from our forums.

In particular, I’d love to hear from you. When we survey our community on several different topics we’ll often collect your feedback and let you know if there’s anything specific that interests you.

If you feel like your opinions about investing are different, just let me know by sending me an email or leaving a comment below.

2016-07-08  »  Bryan Cutts

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